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Dahleen Glanton: African Americans aren't fooled by Donald Trump's fake love

Everyone knows that Donald Trump is a master of trickery. His latest fraud was to pretend during his State of the Union address Tuesday that he is a friend to African Americans.

"We are advancing with unbridled optimism and lifting our citizens of every race, color, religion and creed very, very high," Trump said.

It is unlikely many African Americans were duped into believing that. We know exactly who Trump is, and no amount of wizardry can convince us otherwise.

This was not a show for African American viewers. It

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